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Poster: Getitnow Date: Nov 19, 2009 1:14pm
Forum: etree Subject: 7 SCI shows gone

Yesterday there were 1073 SCI shows today November 19 2009 there are 1066 Anyone know what shows and why some shows are gone

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Poster: dead-head_Monte Date: Nov 22, 2009 11:43am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: recently derived fileset for amazing SCI show

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one of the best SCI sets ever played

Merlefest 2000 — featuring Sam Bush

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this show's item was originally placed here
but the SHNs were never derived

thanks for sharing Jimbo!

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Poster: Administrator, Curator, or Staffgreenone Date: Nov 20, 2009 6:38am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: 7 SCI shows gone

Probably a search engine indexing problem. It's been stuck for about 20 hours so I'm guessing something went haywire.

Edit to add: If any shows were pulled down, the requests would be funneled through us, and we have received no such requests.

This post was modified by greenone on 2009-11-20 14:38:23

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Poster: SeaGlock Date: Nov 19, 2009 10:08pm
Forum: etree Subject: Re: 7 SCI shows gone

I have noticed some shows are just pulled by the tree or the band. I have even notice shows leeched on the tree coming up here after 1 seed. Only the leeches really knows.

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Poster: dead-head_Monte Date: Nov 20, 2009 9:05am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: 7 SCI shows gone

I agree with GreenOne about the search engine indexing error at The Archive. I believe the index will catch back up shortly. Today for example, and for the past several days, the Open Source Audio home page states a total of 247,000 items. We all know this number actually totals approx 310,000. I've seen this happen several times before. As someone who has worked with eTree to create a brand new Band Collection on the LMA, I can tell you with certainty, eTree is in charge of this, as well as maintaining the Bands' Permissions on the LMA.

SCI taping and trading permissions:

On 2006/10/24, Reis Baron of SCI Fidelity asked us to remove 10/31/2000 from the collection as the band will be offering this as an official release soon.

Update 12/17/2007: 3/21/2002 and 3/22/2002 have also been removed per request of the band.

SCI allows non-commercial taping and trading of shows. We spoke with SCI Fidelity Records who approved the inclusion of Madison House bands, including SCI, in the Internet Archive.

From the SCI Website:
THE STRING CHEESE INCIDENT RECORDING POLICY
Audience taping only is allowed at all Incidents. Taping of an SCI performance will only be permitted in the designated taping area. Guest performances by band members with other artists will be overseen by that artist's policy. No electrical power will be given to the taper section. Please have fresh batteries available.

In a theater, if the floor is general admission and the balcony is reserved, you must hold a general admission floor ticket if you wish to bring recording gear into the show. If there is reserved seating on the floor, then a designated taper's ticket is required in order to bring taping equipment into the venue. All designated tapers' seats have the word "TAPER" clearly printed in the text on the face of the ticket. If the ticket does not say taper, then it is not a taper's seat. Tapers' tickets are only sold by SCI Ticketing. See http://www.sciticketing.com for more information. They are not available from Ticketmaster or any other outlets. A taper's ticket (designated taper seat or general admission floor ticket) permits the ticket holder to bring ONE audio recording deck and ONE microphone stand/set of microphones into the venue; additional equipment will not be permitted entry. Anyone found taping in violation of the above policy will be removed from the venue and unauthorized recordings will be confiscated.

Since there are no designated tapers' tickets at general admission shows, entry to the taping section is first-come first-serve. Taping will be allowed on a space-available basis with any ticket. When the section is full, no additional recording equipment will be allowed into the show. If you wish to tape at a general admission show you have the best chance of getting a spot in the section if you are in line to enter the building when the doors open; this time is always printed on each ticket. If all of the space is taken before you enter the venue, you will not be permitted to bring recording equipment in with you.

The enjoyment of the audience in attendance at an Incident always takes priority over recording efforts. This means that at no time should tapers ever call for other concertgoers to be quiet or impede their enjoyment of the Incident.

Per our taping policy, there will continue to be no "front of board" taping. However, we will continue to place the taper section in the BEST spot available in accordance with the restrictions and policies of the venues. Furthermore, we will continue to do our best to accommodate as many tapers as possible within the confines of the venue's limitations and ticket / space availability.

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Poster: SeaKlock Date: Nov 20, 2009 9:54am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: 7 SCI shows gone

ie... is this show up again ?

I: Jam > Cassidy > Easy to Slip > Supplication Jam > Easy to Slip > Lazy River Road > Odessa > Senor > Josephine > Loose Lucy > Deal*
II: K.C. Moan@3+, El Paso@3+, Friend of the Devil@5+ > Last Time+ > Greatest Story Ever Told+ > Scarlet Begonias*+ > Stuff*#% > Jam*+#%, Knockin on Heaven's Door*+#% > Two Djinn+#%
E: Samson and Delilah*+
*-with J.T. Thomas (Keys); +-with Phil Salazar (Fiddle); #-with Matt Otto (Saxophone); %-with Alex Budman (Saxophone); tuff - Jay/Kenny/Jeff/JT/Matt/Alex > Jay/Jeff/JT; Bob before the bow: "I'm not gonna introduce everybody because I don't know half of their names so fuck em."

http://ratdog.org/2005-12-11

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Poster: dead-head_Monte Date: Nov 20, 2009 10:17am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: 7 SCI shows gone

This thread was about what appears to be an Indexer Issue. I believe the Indexer is working just fine. There's probably something happening at the server level, and the Indexer will catch up shortly. As long as you always point to your Internet Archive Items correctly using relative paths, you will always find those items here - if they exist, and if The Archive is "working".

For your RatDog question, or anything like that, always use the Advanced Search Form for that. It's at the top of this page. Here's the search results for Ratdog 2005-12-11 show - it's not here.

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Poster: SeaKlock Date: Nov 20, 2009 10:38am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: 7 SCI shows gone

no shit, but it was here.

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Poster: dead-head_Monte Date: Nov 20, 2009 10:54am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: 7 SCI shows gone

I believe The Archive search process you perform is hunting inside the "master" Index File(s) - which gets created by the Indexer, which is supposed to be crawling continuously. If the Indexer is "corrupted", is the Item you're looking for possibly there on The Archive, and the search process says it's not there? My answer is, Yes, it makes sense and seems possible to me. However, if I already knew where this item was located on The Archive, and I entered that URL into my browser, I would be able to access this item normally. So in theory, once the Indexer "re-masters" the Index, everything should be " perfectly searchable" again.

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Poster: SeaKlock Date: Nov 20, 2009 11:39am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: 7 SCI shows gone

in Theory; "Fuck'um" "Lip Dick Monkey Fuckers".

Thanks Monty